Funcom's Q1 report for 2009 stated the company pulled in $7 million in revenue, and while that was less than the previous quarter, the company is pleased.
Age of Conan received good news in the way of longer customer subscription periods. New account sign-ups rose compared to Q4, and higher levels of game activity were also reported.
Anarchy Online wasn't as lucky, as revenues from the game were reportedly declining.
Funcom was also pleased with the initial reaction to its upcoming MMO The Secret World, and between it, AoC and it's casual sector the company finds itself in a much better state looking forward.
More over on Massively.